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Bootcamp on Emerging Business Models

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Professional training

Three days of brainstorming to help you understand and apply new business models. Develop the creativity and ability to make innovation the driving force behind your business model.

 

Format

24 hours divided into 2 modules (3 days in total)

Cost

1 450$
10% discount for A2C members

Dates

Sign up now
October 19, 20 and
November 3 

Capacity

25 participants

Location

Montreal—exact address will be revealed soon.

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For who ?

For curious professionals and ambitious intrapreneurs who want the tools to inspire change within their companies. For those who feel the need to identify future trends and models to prepare their organizations for the challenges of tomorrow.

  • Strategists
  • Innovation VPs
  • Marketing managers
  • Product managers
  • Executives/CEOs
  • CFOs
  • Intrapreneurs
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*Syllabus only in french.
Participants need to be bilingual

Data Culture

Professional training

Enrich your creative management toolbox by mastering massive data.

 

Format

40h in 2 modules (5 days in total)

Cost

$ 3 200 
10% discount for A2C members

Dates

Group #2 - October 2017 - Sign up now.
Bloc 1 - 11, 12, 13
Bloc 2 - 16, 17

Capacity

25 participants will be selected

Location

Montréal - will be revealed soon

For who?

"Non-scientific" leaders seeking to enrich their creative management skills with massive data control.
Especially for :

  • Product managers
  • Innovation managers
  • Creative Directors
  • Anyone interested in business strategies or public policy.
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Creative Leadership course

Professional training

 

Format

45h in 3 modules of 2 days each (6 days in total)
4 follow-up sessions after course has been completed

Cost

$ 3 400
10% discount for A2C members

Dates

Group #4 - November & December 2017 - Sign up now.
Bloc 1 - November 15, 16
Bloc 2 - November 22, 23
Bloc 3 - December 6, 7

Capacity

25 participants will be selected

Location

Montréal - will be revealed soon.

For who?

Professionals, managers and entrepreneurs who must:

  • Lead projects that involve creativity and innovation
  • Inspire multidisciplinary teams
  • Encourage a creative culture
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Feeding creativity

Supported by the creative industries and connected to their needs, Factry’s creative training workshops for professionals aim to solve social and business challenges at the intersection of countless disciplines.

Focusing on the importance of transdisciplinarity, each course tackles a variety of visions revolving around the same topic. Following this guiding principle, courses are offered by numerous experts, from workshop masters to guest specialists, who push thoughts and discussions towards innovation and collaboration.

Courses are designed for professionals from the creative world, as well as individuals looking to broaden their thinking and who envision creativity as an agent of change.

While training at Factry, you’ll:

- Experiment with transdisciplinary creative processes;
- Develop strategic thinking regarding team management;
- Stimulate and ensure creative synergy within a team;
- Analyze contexts that foster creativity;
- Learn to develop and deploy your ideas;
- Embrace doubt, risk, and re-assessment;
- Reflect on contemporary economic and ethical challenges.

Teaching method

Questionning

Analyze the context, understand and raise questions that aim to change the course of things. Gather what you need. Immerse yourself. Receive without judging.

Risk

Dive in. Accept not knowing the end result. Learn to juggle with a world of ideas and possibilities. Open up to new solutions.

Realize

Confront the idea to reality. Gather the necessary conditions for its realization and deployment. Change things, and consequently, change yourself.

Workshop
themes

Shaping creative thinking — Forging creative spirits capable of juggling with a world of ideas and with transdisciplinary thinking to imagine tomorrow’s innovations.

Class examples:
- Creative leadership
- Collaborative technologies
- Creative environments
- History of creativity
- Creative trends
- Creative intelligence

Value creation and emerging practices — Favouring new practices to meet the emergence of technologies and business models that will shape the economy of tomorrow.

Class examples:
- Creative data
- Digital monetization and ethics
- Emerging media
- Creating shared value
- Entrepreneurship in the creative world

Communications

Creating sensitive consumer experiences — Generating human experiences through immersive and transdisciplinary communication practices.

Class examples:
- Brand language
- Gamification
- Sensitive branding
- Object communication
- Social media and ethics

Collectivity

Creating for an evolving planet — Reflecting on important collective challenges regarding the transformation of our planet and exploring solutions that will influence our way of living together.

Class examples:
- Connectivity
- Transforming the land
- Urban mobility
- Designing responsible products
- Democratic design
- The sharing economy

Workshop
formats

20 to 45 hours
spread over a semester

Classes aim to develop key skills required in a variety of fields.

3 to 10 intensive days

Boot camps are intensive training sessions that aim to solve social or business challenges.

Labs focus on concrete experimentations.